The father of all mountain climbs, le Col du Tourmalet, in July 1910 took racing cyclists higher than they had ever been before. The most featured climb in the Tour de France and the highest pass in the Central Pyrenees, makes this climb of three great cycling climbs.
Captured by Daniel Hughes.
Giclee fine art print, printed on archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art Photorag and supplied with handling gloves.
Size - A2 (42cm X 59.4cm)
Your print will be hand wrapped in white, acid free tissue paper, and placed carefully into a 3mm thick cardboard tube to ensure safe protection of your prints in transit.
Frames are not included.
Please note this print is not available for next day UK delivery. Daniel Hughes Prints are produced individually and made to order. It may take up to 7 working days to produce and dispatch your print.